Because I let the miner through miningrigrentals I cannot see what and which pool, but I can see what happens in cgminer itself.Normally I see something like this: Accepted 08ef145a Diff 29/27 GSD 0But now I also saw something like this a few times: Accepted 08ef145a Diff 29/27 BLOCK! GSD 0Does that mean the block was solved by my miner???
I'm mining with multipool into several different sha256d coin wallets at home in order to wait for a good week to sell into the market.
IF you have >= 1 Thash of sha256d or >= the output of a large scrypt asic then it would be a poor choice to lob all of that at your cryptopia address because it is a bit up in the cloud. For small ammounts it would not hurt. I suggest checking carefully the minimum quantities for daily and auto payouts. I probably spent half a day fiddling with the payouts page in a previous year to get all the TRC and oddiecoins like that to go to cryptsy. Even with an (old) asic, in about a month I did get enough payouts to be interesting, but not sufficiently regular to plan a budget with.
cuanto estaria sacando con un minador compatible y cual seria el minador compatible que me tire unos buenos Mh/s, con una moneda como monero. por ahora solo tengo una gtx 1070 en un futuro quiero invertir en amd y algunas rx 46o
Call this "ATX Watts Inflation"
Don't expect an ATX supply labelled "500 Watts" for under about £20 this year to be much good for GPU or ASIC mining.
I have got half of an underclocked S1 to work at 130 Watts 12V this way, using two molex 4-pin 5-0-0-12 to molex 6-pin 12V adapters but :
To save money the ATX manufacturer seems to have minimised the number of connectors. This one has two molex 4-pin in total and no 6 or 6+2 12V power lines.
To save money the ATX manufacturer uses cable at least two guages thinner than IBM used in the 1990's (and the copper price is not as high as in 2012).
The label on the supply might indicate 22 Amps at 12 Volts capability, but the sum of cable guages is a bit mean to get that much out of it continuously.
The total weight of the el-cheapo ATX with the "500 Watts" badge is less than a 250 Watts supply of fifteen years ago, and the total guage of 12V wires is less too.
So should such a supply be relabelled "150 Watts ATX power supply for small desktop computers without 6 pin 12V graphics card. Up to 500 Watts startup surge capability" and would honest marketing without Watts inflation make sense ?
Hi. Can this exchange maintain a thread for lookup of mining instruction config line for at least one example pool in the form
protocol://www.url.country.ending:port -u <your miner username> -p <your miningpool password if applicable>
so that we can keep an eye on miner config changes such as some mining pools discontinuing pre-fork bitcoin on port :3333 while adding mining of one fork of bitcoin on port :3332 and the other fork on :3337
Can there be at least some examples clearly labeled and then paraphrased in "plain English" by authors from both sides of the fork so that what one faction call "the New York faction bitcoin-with-future-dated-revocable-IOU" and the other faction call something else is next to a mining instruction which backs each option. This month I'm using my asic to mine a sensible altcoin until I can contribute to a type of bitcoin which promotes truthful irrevocable transactions on a public blockchain without risk of supporting a bunch of other stuff which soon starts to look a bit political.
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Hi,I actually mining in the POW-System. I want also start to make nodes for example for dash. But is there other CryptoCurrencys with which I can make earnings by creating a node? The cheapest way I think in Dash is to spend first 25 Dash? Because of that I`m searching for other ways. Thanks for your answers.SilverTip